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Photo Tip: Light moods
Light is a vital contributor to mood in urban images, particularly when buildings are the primary focus. The colours of dawn, dusk or twilight can enhance the appeal of your photographs.
Around Australia: (Townsville Town Common)
Waterbird photography is most successful with lenses of focal length of 500 mm or greater. Sometimes a 300-400 mm may suffice for general shots like the one above on the Townsville Town Common. Depending on the site, which may have heavily bushed-out banks, you may require a light blind like a mosquito net. You may well need this for mosquitoes as well, especially in the post-wet period.
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